Sunday, December 29, 2013

Install WhatsApp mobile application on your PC

WhatsApp is a mobile platform messaging app  available for Android,Nokia,iPhone,BlackBerry and This messenger is used to send messages free of cost over Internet(DATA Pack Required) by synchronizing with your mobile number.This is basically used now a days only on Mobile device. But today I am going to tell you very smart way to install this apps on PC.

There are 2 method to use Whats App service on PC
1) Using Android Emulator called Blue
2) Using Wassapp client for Whats App

1) Using Android Emulator called Blue
BlueStack is an Android emulator that lets us install and use almost all Android apps and games on a PC.  This is how we’ll avail WhatsApp for PC using this android emulator.It has MAC version also.  BlueStack works on all operating systems i.e., Windows XP, Windows Vista,Windows 7, and Windows 8

One you have installed Bluestacks visit search bar that appears, type WhatsApp or WhatsApp for PC. The search engine searches for the keyword in Google Play, one mobile and the Amazon App Store

 choose WhatsApp Messenger from the 1 mobile store. You then need to click install button against

Once done You will now find WhatsApp installed in you ‘My Apps’ tab. You are just one step behind; i.e., configuring your WhatsApp account

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Monday, December 16, 2013

Beware of your Posting on Social Networking site,Goverment is using Internet surveillance system :NETRA

The government is going to  launch 'Netra', the defence ministry's internet spy system that will be capable of detecting words like 'attack', 'bomb', 'blast' or 'kill' in a matter of seconds from reams of tweets, status updates, emails, instant messaging transcripts, internet calls, blogs and forums.The 'Netra' internet surveillance system has been developed by Centre for Artificial Intelligence & Robotics (CAIR), a lab under Defence Research & Development Organisation (DRDO).

The system is capable  to capture any dubious voice traffic passing through software such as Skype or Google Talk, says a telecom department. "Intelligence Bureau and Cabinet Secretariat are currently testing 'Netra', which will be deployed by all national security agencies," the note says. "The specifications of the 'Netra' system can be taken as frozen following tests by the Intelligence Bureau and Cabinet Secretariat, and can be considered for providing multiple user access to security agencies,"
The 'Netra' deployment strategy was recently discussed by an apex inter-ministerial group headed by DoT's member (technology) and included top officials of the Cabinet Secretariat, home ministry, DRDO, CAIR, Intelligence Bureau, C-DoT and Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In). The panel also deliberated on ways to respond to computer security incidents, track system vulnerabilities and promote effective IT security practices across the country.

It was also decided that 300 GB of storage space for intercepted internet traffic would be given to a maximum three security agencies, including the IB and Cabinet Secretariat, while an extra 100 GB would be assigned to the remaining law enforcement agencies, the minutes of the inter-ministerial panel meeting showed. Deployment of 'Netra' by security agencies is slated to pave the way for a national internet scanning & coordination centre, which India plans to establish along the lines of existing facilities in the UK, US, China and Iran.


Friday, December 6, 2013

Cheapest Smartphone of Common Man by Micromax at ₹ 4,999 :Micromax Bolt A61

Indian smartphone maker Micromax has once again proofed that Smartphone is not for Higher income group. Earlier also Micromax has proofed a benchmark with launch of various featured phone that were par with other manufacture at very much competitive rates.Recently it has  launched a new budget smartphone named Bolt A61. The handset has been priced at ₹ 4,999 and comes with a 4-inch screen and competes against the likes of Nokia Asha 501 and Samsung Galaxy Pocket Neo and Galaxy Star.
 Bolt A61 smartphone has a 4-inch TFT screen with 800x480p resolution and 233ppi pixel density. It runs on Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) operating system and is powered by a 1GHz processor with 256MB RAM. This phone packs 512MB of internal storage and can support microSD card up to 16GB.

 Micromax Bolt A61 includes 2G, 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and microUSB. It has a 2MP rear camera and a VGA front camera. Its 1,500mAh battery offers talk time of 4 hours(2G network)) and 160hr(2G network) of stand by, according to the manufacturer.Most important this phone support 3G connectivity with Video calling which various big brand manufacture do not support at this price.
Some of the  apps that come preloaded on the phone include Kingsoft Office, Hike, Spuul, Opera and MiLive.This phone has only 135MB for Apps installation so here you have to compromise a little bit However you can install apps on your External SD card also using some tips and trick.
SIM: Dual SIM stand by support
SIM Type : Normal (no micro /mini support)
Display: 4-inch TFT screen with 800x480p resolution and 233ppi pixel density;
Operating system: Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean);
Processor & RAM: 1GHz CPU and 256MB RAM;
Storage: 512MB internal storage, 16GB microSD support;
Connectivity: 2G, 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, microUSB;
Camera: 2MP front camera, VGA rear camera; and
Battery: 1,500mAh


Four time more Powerful battery Mobile Phone in just ₹ 1,932: Maxx MX100

Union Communication and IT Minister, Kapil Sibal along with State Communication and IT Ministers, Milind Deora and Kruparani Killi  launched the MX100 Leader mobile phone  at Telecom Exhibition '13 held at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi .The cost of this phone is  ₹ 1,932. Maxx Mobile says that the handset is particularly designed to cater to the rural Indian market Maxx Mobile has launched a new feature phone called the MX100 Leader , the new Maxx phone is powered by a 4400mAh battery.Normally a mobile phone battery is powered from 950mAh to 1200mAh but this has near about four time powered which will sure make difference.The battery can also be used as a power bank to charge other phones.

The MX100 Leader features dual-SIM support, GPRS connectivity, Bluetooth and in-built LED torch, MP3/MP4 player and FM Radio. The phone supports expandable storage up to 16GB. According to Maxx, the MX100 Leader is water and dust resistant.
This phone is basically focus to tap the rural, semi-urban and interior parts of India where there is scarcity of electricity

Even as Maxx has launched a new feature phone, the company earlier this year launched two dual-SIM smartphones – AX8 Race and AX9Z Race – priced at ₹ 8,875 and ₹ 12,375 respectively.

With growing popularity of smartphones, especially the budget ones, sales of feature phones has seen a drastic slide. According to the latest IDC report, share of feature phones has slide to 81% of the total market in third quarter of 2013.


Sunday, December 1, 2013

BSNL launched chepeast 3G phone in just ₹ 1799 :Bharatphone

Telecom services provider BSNL launched an internet ready phone for Rs 1,799 with model PF300 and two smartphones costing between ₹ 6,999 (PS501) and Rs 8,000(PS650) in association with Pantel Technologies
The phone is termed as BharatPhone, the ₹ 1,799 costing dual-SIM handset with a 3-inch display screen will be marketed as a internet-ready feature phone with the ability to access e-governance services like mobile banking, tele-medical care delivery and streaming data delivery. An 1800 mAh Lithium-Ion battery that delivers upto 8 hrs of talk time and 15 days standby time. The handset targeted at rural India will come bundled with 1200 minutes of free talk time split over 12 months.

Bharatphone has  a 3-inch display with JAVA enabled feature phone with 1.3 Mega Pixel rear Camera; Bluetooth; 1800 mAh Lithium-Ion battery that delivers upto 8 hrs of talk time and 15 days standby time.

It comes with SMS scheduler; multimedia gaming and mobile tracker.Apart from other facility it allows with internet browsing facilities including Email, Facebook, downloading of music and videos, and Java games

Products like the Penta Bharat Phone will now offer the Indian consumer the power of Internet access at an affordable price.

BSNL has also launched  smartphone range starts from ₹ 6,999 with PS501 that comes with 15 GB cloud storage and 4GB of internal storage, 5 megapixel panoramic rear camera, GPS and gesture motion texting with  5-inch display and comes with 3 GB of BSNL 3G data and 300 minutes of talk-time.

The second smartphone PS650 costs ₹ 7,999 comes with a 6.5 inch screen with a 2500 mAh battery supporting 100 hrs standby time and hosts of applications that ru on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean software. Features like gesture typing; speech to text, quick navigation screen, voice based search is available.This smartphone is bundled with 3 GB of BSNL 3G data and 300 minutes of talk-time.